My point is this: you get a warning that your are running hot.....what is that information going to do for you? If you slow down or stop, the problem gets worse. Most likely you have going slow because you have to.....and can't go faster. So having that information is pointless, to me when I ride. If you SOLVE the heat issues, then it's not an issue anymore. No, I get a warning that I am getting close to being too hot. If I stop the problem gets better (assuming I kill the engine when I stop). I can also ride in a matter that lowers the RPM, whether that's grabbing another gear or just slowing down in the same gear.